?Pokemon GO? players are looking everywhere to find their favorite Pokemon. Here is a ?Pokemon GO? guide that will help players find rare Pokemon like Pikachu, Gyarados, Snorlax and more.
?Pokemon GO? is all about gathering items like PokeBalls and catching Pokemon. There are some maps that can help players find rare Pokemon in ?Pokemon GO.? Players are using Gotta Catch ?Em All, Pokecrew, Pokefind, etc ?to find the rare Pokemon. Some players have reported that these maps are helpful to find them. There is a list of places where chances of finding rare Pokemon are high.
Those who have caught or found Pikachu, they probably did so near parks or near railway tracks. The Verge contributor, Tom Warren, reported that he found Pikachu in Haven Green Park by the Ealing Broadway station, London. Warren also added a photo that shows three Pikachu in Haven Green Park. One of the readers commented that he caught Pikachu while he was travelling to his office by train.
However, it is not guaranteed that the players will definitely find Pikachu at or near these places. It could just increase your chances to find one.
Gyarados is one of the most rare Pokemon. There is no specific place to find Gyarados. However, players can obtain Gyarados by evolving Magikarp. It is not an easy task. The player will have to collect 400 Magikarp Candy. The good news is that Magikarp is everywhere. While hunting for Gyarados, players can increase the chances of evolving Magikarp Candy. So, don’t miss it.
Snorlax is among the most rare Pokemon as it does not have any specific habitat. It falls under the ?Mythical? category. The players who have caught Snorlax found it in random areas. The players need a bit of luck to find this Snorlax.
Magnemite can be found near power plants or industrial areas. It falls under the ?Epic? category and is an Electric/Steel type Pokemon. Some players have also found Magnemite during thunderstorms. However, it is advised not to look for it in dangerous storms as it is not sure that the players will find Magnemite in those conditions.
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